Here's the Only Reason You Definitely Need to Stay in NYC This 4th of July Weekend

Among the many reasons not to leave New York City for the 4th of July is simply answering a question with a question. 

Why the hell would you ever want to leave the greatest city in America, let alone the world, on the day every American celebrates the greatness that is America? 

And then you kind of just bumble about with incoherent mumblings about fireworks, the Jersey Shore, too many tourists, until you make the mistake of giving no real reason at all. #RhetoricalQuestionsFTW

We can think of dozens of reasons, but at the end of the day you only need one good one: spoiled NYC's Red, White and Booze Cruise on July 3rd

We're gettin' twisted on the high seas (you know, the Hudson) with all of the star spangled dopeness you can't even handle. 

Yes, it's time to celebrate 'Murica, be grateful for our independence, and, of course, party as hard as we possibly can. We're pledging allegiance to the flag of the United States of Awesome on World Yacht's absolutely gorgeous three-level yacht, Duchess

You can do 4th of July all wrong. You can plan a rooftop BBQ with that friend who couldn't cook a decent meal if it was their last on Earth and whose rooftop is several stories lower than literally every building around them. Like, where's the view?


You can take a trip down to the Jersey Shore like hundreds of thousands of confused individuals already do. Every. Single. Year. You can even go your own way and make your very own fireworks show. Just make sure you have a pro on-site. No, not a pro-football player like New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul. High five! #Awkward

Worst of all, you can have a night out on the town and fight the millions of people in NYC crowding the bars, waiting forever just to get a drink.  

Aboard World Yacht's Duchess, you don't have to worry about any of this. We're giving you incredible views of NYC, mouthwateringly delicious passed h'ordeuvres, and three different bars where you can drink your fill of 50 Bleu Vodka, wine, and beer all night long - FOR FREE. 

No, freedom isn't free. But open bars are. 

There'll be plenty of room to get down on the main and lower-level decks, but you're going to lose your mind scopin' the views of the New York City skyline from their floating deck way up-top.


So, to break it down: a fully-stocked vodka open bar courtesy of 50 Bleu Vodka, free beer and wine, passed h'ordeuvres, three hours of dancing, and breathtaking views because World Yacht's absolute beaut, Duchess.

It's all going down Sunday, July 3rd, 6:30 p.m., at Pier 81, located at West 41st Street & the West Side Highway-- come hell, high water, rain, or shine-- and the party won't stop until at least 9:30 p.m. That's three - count 'em, three, hours of madness.

Seriously, what better way is there to celebrate America than by taking in breathtaking views of the greatest city in the country? Stop fishing for reasons why you don't need to leave NYC this 4th of July weekend. We've got the only one you need. 

Now grab your tickets here and get ready to party like it's 1776. See. You. There.

Check out This Incredible Red, White and Booze Cruise Aboard World Yacht's Duchess Right Here.

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